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Workshop Registration

The registration deadline is May 6, 2011. Only participants selected through the application process may register.


Below, we will ask you about your travel plans. If you are not arriving by car, you must have made travel arrangements before filling out this registration form. Please review the logistics page (opens in a new window) before making your travel plans and before completing this form. Please do not leave the travel information blank.

You must complete the following form in one sitting - you cannot save and return at a later time. Be sure to click the SUBMIT button before leaving this page, or your information will be lost.

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Please Note: Your email address is what we use to track your application and participation in the workshop. Email is also our primary means of communication with you, so please check that you typed it correctly. Be sure to use the same email address that you used in the application process and in all forms relating to your workshop participation. Thanks!









Do you have a disability, food allergy, or diet preference (including vegetarian) that requires accommodation at the workshop?




Travel & Lodging

The workshop begins at 5:00 pm on Monday, June 6th. We will offer optional events on Monday afternoon (sessions starting at 1:00), and on Thursday morning, June 9th (ending at noon). We strongly encourage you to participate in these optional events. Please check the workshop program and travel pages (both of these links open in new browser windows) before making your travel arrangements. You are responsible for your travel to and from the workshop.





Incoming Flight Information














We will send arrival information to participants so you can coordinate taxi rides with others if desired.

Outgoing Flight Information













Lodging Arrangements

Participants and leaders will be housed in dorm rooms on University of Nebraska's campus. See logistics page (opens in a new window) for details.








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Teaching/Research Interests

To help participants be effective resources for one another, we will distribute information about each person's teaching and research interests. We plan to copy your responses to the next three questions directly into a form, so please check spelling and also keep to the space guidelines:







Workshop Program Preferences

Optional Pre-Workshop Events on Monday Afternoon: Two concurrent workshop sessions are planned for Monday. Please indicate your choices for these sessions below. If the number of people selecting a specific session isn't sufficient, we will cancel that session and give you the opportunity to revise your selection.








Tuesday Teaching Strategies Breakout Sessions: The workshop will include two breakout sessions on various teaching strategies. Please indicate your choices for these sessions below. If the number of people selecting a specific session isn't sufficient, we will cancel that session and give you the opportunity to revise your selection.










Teaching Statement Sessions
We will offer concurrent sessions on teaching statements as a way to articulate your teaching goals and highlight your teaching accomplishments. There will be two choices for this session. For those who do not yet have a draft of a teaching statement, we will have a formal session on developing your teaching statement. For those who submit a draft of a teaching statement by May 20, we will have a discussion and peer review session (workshop leaders will also offer their feedback during this session). Recognizing that this is not a firm commitment, please indicate in which session you are more likely to participate:





Research Statement Sessions
We will offer concurrent sessions on research statements as a way to articulate your research goals and highlight your research accomplishments. There will be two choices for this session. For those who do not yet have a draft of a research statement, we will have a formal session on developing your research statement. For those who submit a draft of a research statement by May 20, we will have a discussion and peer review session (workshop leaders will also offer their feedback during this session). Recognizing that this is not a firm commitment, please indicate in which session you are more likely to participate:





Teaching and Professional Interests: Please indicate your level of interest at this point in time in working in each of the following settings (after finishing your graduate and/or postdoctoral work). This information is for our use and results will be reported only in aggregate.
















Optional Post-Workshop Events on Thursday morning: Three concurrent workshop sessions are planned for Thursday morning. Please indicate your choices for these sessions below. If the number of people selecting a specific session isn't sufficient, we will cancel that session and give you the opportunity to revise your selection. Please consider your travel plans before you sign up for these sessions, taking into account the time you will need to get to the airport if you are flying out.













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Research Release

I have read the Description of the Research Project and Implications for Participation (opens in a new window) or it was read to me. I know the possible risks and benefits. I know that being in this study is voluntary. I choose to be in this study. I know that I can withdraw at any time. I am at least 18 years of age and voluntarily grant permission for the described release and use of notes and comments regarding me in the workshop.




Workshop Product Release

In confirming my registration for this workshop, I agree that any audio recording or images (still or video) made of me during the workshop may be used on the project website, in printed project publications, and in materials developed by the project. I further agree that my contributions to creative works that emerge from workshop activities (e.g., discussions on the listserv, contributions to the web page, summaries of group discussion, etc.) may be used by the workshop series, PIs, and conveners for development of future workshop materials, for scholarly reports, and for promotion of the workshop series. Attribution for original contributions will be made whenever possible.

I also accept responsibility to cover any costs incurred should I withdraw from participation in the workshop after June 1, 2011. I understand that arrangements have been made on my behalf that have associated real costs (e.g. logistics, materials), and in many cases, my early confirmation has secured a place that has been denied to other interested colleagues. Exceptions will only be made in cases of extreme personal hardship.

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